Beef Roast Pot

Beef Roast Pot
Roasting a tender pot cooked in a rich, flavorful broth is the perfect weekday or weekend dinner. Slow cooker, instant pot and oven methods included!

Collapse, simmer the soft pot slowly and ferment in a delicious broth with potatoes and carrots. A warm and hearty dinner recipe … this roast beef is the perfect complete meal that you can prepare with minimal effort.

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When it comes to Sunday dinner, nothing beats a classic dish like roasting! Slow-cooked dinner that can be cooked in a slow cooker, instant pressure cooker, or oven. A complete meal with vegetables cooked along the meat.

What is a roasting pan?

The roasting in the pot is large, hard beef chunks (usually a cheap cut that’s perfect for slow cooking), roasted, covered, and slowly cooked with herbs and vegetables in a delicious broth until it crumbles.

A good amount of roasting can be done with any piece of roast beef: chuck roast, pie roast, or quick bun. The beef is marinated and roasted, then added to the slow cooker or instant bowl with the roasting liquid – in this recipe, you’ll use beef broth and balsamic vinegar that helps soften the meat and add a deeper flavor.

There are three main steps to getting to the best roasting possible, whichever option you choose:

  • Look for the roast first: The flavor you get when you grill the meat first is incredible. The fats are diverted while the juices are sealed. This step is worth more time and dishes. During slow cooking, the meat will release a wonderful flavor into the meat broth.
  • Add vegetables.
  • Slow cook the way you like!

Ingredients :
Little carrots
1 potato
3 tablespoons of creole spice
1 tablespoon black pepper
2 tablespoons of onion powder
1 tablespoon garlic powder
1 tablespoon celery chips
1 tablespoon of parsley
1 cup of water

Instructions :

Chop potatoes and carrots

Roasting beef – season with ingredients and sauté on a skillet over the stove

Placed in a casserole dish

Add a cup of water

Add more Creole spices to taste and cover with tin foil

Bake at 350 degrees for two and a half hours

Remove the tin – add the carrots and potatoes

Put in the oven again and bake uncovered for an additional 30 minutes or as desired

Enjoy !